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Alex Jorge



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Alex writes A Fork in London​, a lifestyle travel blog about journeys of exploration focused on localised knowledge and that extra something unique.  She is in constant search for hidden treasures in culture, experiences and food, whether travelling in far off destinations or wandering the ever-changing and always exciting streets of London.

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ABath: Any guided tours that were successful and educational?

Hi Joyce, I'm not sure such a tour, for 10 days exists? I know there are a few companies that run literary tours but they are normally a few days only.  I have in the past look into  but never actually booked due to scheduling... See More

ALondon: How to go about taking a tour of London?

Hi Donna, Can you give me a bit more detail as to what kind of tour you are looking for? Most can be booked online but you should have a feel for how you want to see the city.  Here are some options: Some people like to see the main sights but also get a bit of a local... See More

ASingapore: Best time to travel to Singapore?

Wow! What a very complete question :) Right, first off, Singapore​ is nice and warm all year long.  However, you do get full on monsoons in the summer months so, unless you are keen on heavy humidity and and daily afternoon downpours, I would discount... See More

ABrussels: How to spend a week in Brussels?

Hi Aerin, Wow a whole week in Brussels is a long time! While lovely, Brussels, is effectively an administrative capital and can be easily explored in a day or two. If you are wanting to get a gist of Belgium, I would perhaps suggest you use the excellent trains to split... See More

AColca: Recommendations for a Colca Canyon guide?

Hi Jane, You are going to LOVE the Colca Canyon​! I don't actually know any specific tour companies that only operate in the region (I booked my last trip with a full Peru itinerary).  However, most lodges in the area will arrange for hiking... See More

AEurope: Where is the best snowboarding and Christmas markets in Europe?

Hey Jennifer, well done planning in advance!  I am not a huge winter sportsman so will hope others will cover the snowboarding question soon.  Only thing I would say is that I imagine you will get better snow up north in December: Scandinavia, Austria, Germany. Also,... See More

ANeed inspiration for Loco'l. Where is the best place in the world to eat?

An impossible question!!! If we are talking about Loco'l fast food though, it is hard not to mention Lima​ . The Peruvian capital is a melting pot of European, Qechuan, Chinese and Japanese influences and it has a rich tradition of food on the... See More

AFrance: Honeymoon in France

Hi Michelle, Congratulations on your engagement/wedding! You will be spoiled for choice, albeit I would say that your stops will depend on whether you are driving or taking the train. Considering your travels will be in late Spring, I would suggest you focus on... See More

ABest option to purchase airplane tickets for a long-time trip?

Hi Julieta, Sounds like a great adventure! You are right, long haul one way trips often cost just as much as returns. You should, contrary to described, be able to buy return tickets with a one year expiration date. You can either leave the return portion open ended... See More

AMadrid: Any good Halal food places?

Hi Mumtaz, I am afraid I can't personally recommend halal food in Madrid. However, I know a great team of halal foodies in London that may be able to help. They run an international magazine Halalgems: email info(at) or ping them on twitter (at)HalalGems... See More

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